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Learn how to build both 2D and 3D games with lifetime access to the School of Game Design.
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April 25, 2019
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Everyone loves a good video game. Whether you spend every waking hour on your sofa with a controller or simply like to unwind after work with the latest hit on Steam, games help us escape from reality and enter far more enjoyable and entertaining worlds.

If you want to take your passion for gaming further, creating your own is a logical next step. The School of Game Design will teach you everything you need to know to get started, and a lifetime membership is currently available for over 95 percent off at just $59.

With more than 120 hours of content, this bundle is ideal for both novice developers and more experienced programmers who want to branch out into the increasingly lucrative field of game development.

Led by expert instructors, your education focuses on everything from the essentials of go-to development platforms such as Unity3D to the more nuanced elements of game design—including character formation, illustration, storylines and more.

You'll learn how to build both 2D and 3D games, and there's a trove of educational resources along with thousands of dollars in royalty-free game art and textures to choose from. You'll also be able to receive direct support from instructors and professionals as you go.

Turn your love of gaming and development into a full-fledged career with a lifetime membership to the School of Game Design for just $59—over 95 percent off its usual price.

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